Life's a Beach at the Atlantic Resort & Spa
Situated in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, overlooking 23 miles of pristine beaches, the Atlantic Resort & Spa is perhaps the jewel in the gold coast’s crown.
The 16-story boutique property was renovated in 2009 and is now reaping the rewards by attracting visitors in their droves, all looking to enjoy the hotel’s high-spec facilities, stunning views and sumptuous surroundings.
Whilst some resorts are so self-sufficient that you need never step out of their confines, one of the big attractions of the Atlantic Resort is what is on offer nearby. Just minutes away are a vast range of popular sites and amenities, including the Galleria Mall and Las Olas Boulevard, offering high-end boutiques, charming outdoor eateries, art galleries and live music venues.
Nestled between the W and Ritz Carlton Hotels, The Atlantic sets itself apart with their attention to detail.
More culture is available at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts, which hosts all the Broadway Across America shows, and the Museum of Art which is currently holding a Vatican art exhibition which runs through to April.
Also within easy reach are the Hugh Taylor Birch State Park, home to more than 200 species of birds, and Bonnet House Museum and Gardens, a century-old Caribbean plantation-style waterfront home.
For boat enthusiasts, the resort is also ideally located for visiting the Fort Lauderdale Boat Show, which takes place in late October each year.
As for the resort itself, it boasts 124 guestrooms, including 54 suites. The resort’s fifth floor Ocean Terrace overlooks the Atlantic and offers a heated swimming pool with chaise lounges. The spa and fitness are also stellar and not to be missed.
The Atlantic Resort is located five miles from Fort Lauderdale/ Hollywood International Airport and 27 miles from Miami International Airport.
"Just minutes away are a vast range of popular sites and amenities, including the Galleria Mall and Las Olas Boulevard, offering high-end boutiques, charming outdoor eateries, art galleries and live music venues"